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Travel Tips to Phnom Penh
Average Flying Time12 hours 58 minutes
Airline FlyingQatar Airways, Malaysian Airlines, Thai Airways, Singapore Airlines, Korean Airlines
Average Flying Kms10027kms
Best Time to TravelJanuary, February, December
Time Zone UTC/GMT +7 hours
LanguagesKhmer, English, French
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 6170.34 KHR
Modes of TransportBy Motorbikes, Motorbikes-taxis, Taxis, Tuktuks, Cyclos, Bicycle, Walking, Car
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Top 10 Places to Visit
A notable landmark in the city, it is a monument which celebrates Cambodia’s Independence from colonial rule. A reminiscent of the design of the towers from Angkor Wat, this is a famous sight among tourists.
A major tourist attraction in the city, it is renowned for its architectural brilliance and history. The palace is also served as the residence of the King. The court ceremony is a favourite feature among tourists when visiting the palace.
A landmark that goes together with the Royal Palace, it is among the unique pagodas in the country. It is home to a priceless collection of Buddhist and historical exhibits and known for the numerous royal ceremonies throughout the year.
Located adjacent to the Royal Palace, the museum is home to over 5,000 objects. These exhibits dates back to the Angkorian era which includes Buddha figures, artefacts and a legendary statue of the ‘Leper King’.
Nestled on a small hill, the pagoda marks the founding place of the city. Offering breathtaking views of the surrounding, one can make it to the top by hiking or trekking. While there, do not forget to enjoy an elephant ride or a fortuneteller story.
More commonly known as the ‘Killing Fields’, these were places of execution and grounds for dead bodies during the Khmer Rouge regime. After the Khmer era, memorials were set up in many of the sites, which only contained bones and remnants.
Another brutal area during the Khmer Rouge regime, it was a high school, which was converted in to the famous S-21 prison and an interrogation facility. An emotional journey for everyone who visits, it is one of the most visited places.
A prominent building in the heart of the city, as well as a well-preserved landmark, The Central Market building is famous among architecture buffs. The unique art deco building offers a glimpse to a traditional market in Cambodia and the way of life.
A renowned religious place in the city, the Wat saw the light of the day in 1422 by King Ponhea Yat. Attracting Buddhists from all over the country and world, it is notable for Buddha Relic Stupa.
Located near a riverfront, the Wat Ounalom is one of the oldest Buddhist foundations in the country. This has become extremely popular among devoted Buddhists and other enthusiasts with its close proximity to the Royal Palace.